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CON/MLAR/TARIFF/2019
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PUBLIC NOTICE
प्रतत,
सभभ उपभभोक्ततागणण कक ललिए

REVISED PUBLIC TARIFF FOR EXIM/DSO CONTAINERS W.E.F 01.04.19

1. (A) RAIL FREIGHT CHARGES FOR MOVEMENT OF EXIM CONTAINERS FROM ICD
MALANPUR TO GATEWAY PORT.

EXPORT Freight from ICD Malanpur to


Sl Size Category JNPT/NSCT/NSIGT/GTIL/BMCT Ports at (in
Rs.)
Empty container
16,000
(Valid up to 12.03.19)
Up to 10 MT 25900
I 20’ >10 MT – 20 MT 30200
>20 MT – 26 MT 35900
>26 MT- 31MT 39600
>31 MT 43200
Empty Container
(Valid up to 31,000
II 40’ 12.03.19)
Up to 20MT 44100
Above 20MT 53600

(B) RAIL FREIGHT CHARGES FOR MOVEMENT OF EXIM CONTAINERS FROM


JNPT/NSCT/GTIL/NSIGT/BMCT TO ICD MALANPUR.

Import Freight from


Sl Size Category JNPT/NSCT/NSIGT/GTIL/BMCT to
ICD Malanpur (in Rs.)
Up to 10 MT 27900
>10 MT – 20 MT 31700
I 20’ >20 MT – 26 MT 36900
>26 MT- 31MT 39600
>31 MT 43200
Up to 20 MT 48100
II 40'
> 20 MT 57100

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(C) RAIL FREIGHT CHARGES FOR MOVEMENT OF EXIM CONTAINERS FROM ICD
MALANPUR TO MDCC.

Export Freight from ICD Malanpur to


Sl Size Category
MDCC (in Rs.).

Up to 10 MT 22400
>10 MT – 20 MT 28600
I 20’ >20 MT – 26 MT 34400
>26 MT- 31MT 38500
>31 MT 41700
Up to 20 MT 41600
II 40'
> 20 MT 52500

(D) RAIL FREIGHT CHARGES FOR MOVEMENT OF EXIM CONTAINERS FROM MDCC
TO ICD MALANPUR.

Import Freight from ICD Malanpur to


Sl Size Category
MDCC (in Rs.).

Up to 10 MT 23400
>10 MT – 20 MT 29600
I 20’ >20 MT – 26 MT 35400
>26 MT- 31MT 39500
>31 MT 42700
Up to 20 MT 43100
II 40'
> 20 MT 54000

(E) RAIL FREIGHT CHARGES FOR MOVEMENT OF EXIM CONTAINERS FROM PKPK
TO ICD MALANPUR.

Only for 40’ Import freight from PKPK to ICD Malanpur


Up to 20 MT 88200

RAIL FREIGHT FOR EMPTY CONTAINERS FOR OTHERS CONCOR


TERMINAL

ICD ICD ICD Indore


Size ICD Jaipur ICD-DADRI ICD KanpurICD KOTA
AGRA MANDIDIP (TIHI)

20’ 3500 6700 5500 8000 4500 6100 10000


40’ 6000 12,100 9500 14000 8500 13200 18100

Size ICD TKD ICD DRT PIPAVA ICD DDL


20’ 6500 21,000 24,500 11,500

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40’ 11,500 38,000 44,500 20,500

 The weight slabs mentioned in the tariff are for gross weight of containers i.e.
(Cargo weight + container tare weight).
 The acceptance and movements over these streams will be as per adequate
materialization of full train loads only, that too after Railway’s clearance. CONCOR
shall not be responsible for any indirect/consequential losses on account of
transportation delays owing to reasons beyond CONCOR’S control.

2 TERMINAL HANDLING CHARGES: A - EXPORTS:

ICD STUFFING (THROUGH CFS):

THC (in Rs.)


Activity Cycle
20’ 40’
Transferring empty container from empty stack to
stuffing point at CFS, unloading export cargo from
shipper’s transport and stacking it at the nominated
space in CFS; arranging Customs Examination
(including unpacking/opening of packages and
closing them); test weighment of cargo (if required); 4930 6230
stuffing of Customs cleared cargo in container,
sealing of container; transferring loaded container to
stack and loading Customs sealed container on Rail
Wagon/Road Trailer for dispatch to nominated
Gateway Port.

ICD STUFFING (DIRECT):

THC (in Rs.)


Activity Cycle
20’ 40’
Transferring empty container from empty stack to
stuffing point at CFS, arranging Customs Examination
(including unpacking/opening of packages and closing
them); test weighment of cargo (if required); stuffing of
Customs cleared cargo in container, sealing of 4625 5730
container; transferring loaded container to stack and
loading Customs sealed container on Rail
Wagon/Road Trailer for dispatch to nominated
Gateway Port.

FACTORY STUFFING CYCLE

THC (in Rs.)


Activity Cycle 40’
20’

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Loading empty container from empty stack onto exporter’s tailor,
unloading loaded container in stack after return from factory,
arranging Customs Examination & sealing of container, transferring
loaded container to stack, and loading Custom sealed container on 4725 6530
Rail Wagon/Road Trailer for dispatch to nominated Gateway Port.

B. IMPORTS:

ICD DE-STUFFING (THROUGH CFS):

De-stuffing
Charges (in
Activity Cycle
Rs.)*
20’ 40’

Unloading loaded import container from Rail Wagon/Road Trailer;


stacking it in import stack; transporting it to CFS for seal cutting; de-
stuffing of cargo at nominated place in CFS; arranging Customs 6030 8130
examination; and loading Customs cleared cargo in Road Vehicles
arranged by importer.

ICD DE-STUFFING (DIRECT):

De-stuffing
Charges (in
Activity Cycle
Rs.)*
20’ 40’
Unloading loaded import container from Rail Wagon/Road Trailer;
stacking it in import stack; transporting it to CFS for seal cutting;;
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arranging Customs examination; and loading Customs cleared cargo
in Road Vehicles arranged by importer.*

FACTORY DESTUFFING CYCLE

THC (in Rs.)


Activity Cycle
20’ 40’

Unloading import loaded container from Rail Wagon/Road Trailer,


stacking it in import stack, shifting it to import inspection area for seal
cutting, arranging Customs examination, loading custom cleared 5330 7130
container from stack to trailer arranged by importer and unloading empty
container from road trailer to empty stack after return.

C. DOMESTIC CYCLE

THC (in Rs.)


Activity Cycle
20’/22’

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ICD STUFFING 3330
FACTORY STUFFING 3430
ICD DE-STUFFING 3330
FACTORY DE-STUFFING 3430

3TRANSPORTATION CHARGES FOR EXPORT/IMPORT CONTAINERS

Transportation of emptycontainer to factory for stuffing on chassis under


Customs/Central Excise supervision (to be organized by exporter); bringing loaded
container back to ICD, transferring loaded container to stack; arranging Customs
Examination; sealing of container; and loading Customs sealed container on Rail
Wagon/Road Trailer for dispatch to nominated Gateway Port.

(i) Factory stuffing/de-stuffing (20’/22’): -

Rate for One Way Loaded One Way Empty


Transportation from ICD-MLAR
Distance
Upto 9 MT 9 to 19 MT 19 to 23 28 MT to 31 MT
23 to 28 MT
MT
 Up to 10 km 3100 3100 3400 3800 4200
 10 to 20 Kms 3500 3800 4100 4500 5000
 20 to 30 Kms 3700 4000 4450 4700 5000
 30 to 40 Kms 4700 5025 5500 6300 6750
 40 to 50 Kms 5300 5800 6300 7050 7600
 50 to 60 Kms 5800 6100 6850 7800 8500
 60 to 70 Kms 6950 7400 8100 9225 10050
 70 to 80 Kms 8000 8600 10400 11400 12400
 80 to 90 Kms 8000 8600 10400 11400 12400
 90 to 100 Kms 8500 9500 10400 11400 12400
 100 to 125 Kms 14500 15500 16600 18700 20200
 125 to 150 Kms 14500 15500 16550 18650 20200
 150 to 175 Kms 14500 15500 16550 18650 20700
 175 to 200 Kms 23000 24000 26000 31000 33100
 200 to 225 Kms 25000 26000 29000 33200 36200
 225 to 250 Kms 26000 28000 31000 36200 39300
 250 to 275 Kms 28000 30000 33200 39300 41500
 275 to 300 Kms 31050 33100 37300 42400 46600
 Add on charges
per MT for gross
1000/-
weight
exceeding 31 MT

(ii) Factory stuffing/de-stuffing (40’/45’): -

Rate for One Way Loaded One Way Empty


Distance
Transportation from ICD-MLAR
Upto 13 MT 13 to 19 19 to 23 28 to 31 MT
MT MT 23 to 28 MT
 Up to 10 km 3200 3400 3700 4200 4500
 10 to 20 Kms 3500 3800 4100 4500 5000
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 20 to 30 Kms 3800 4100 4500 4700 5025
 30 to 40 Kms 4850 5200 5550 6250 6750
 40 to 50 Kms 5500 5900 6400 7200 7700
 50 to 60 Kms 6200 6450 6850 7800 8525
 60 to 70 Kms 7025 7500 9100 9450 10050
 70 to 80 Kms 8100 8600 10400 11400 12400
 80 to 90 Kms 8500 8800 10400 11400 12500
 90 to 100 Kms 12000 12500 13500 15550 16600
 100 to 125 Kms 15000 16000 17000 18650 20700
 125 to 150 Kms 15500 16500 17600 18650 20200
 150 to 175 Kms 16500 17500 14000 19500 20500
 175 to 200 Kms 24000 25000 26000 31000 33200
 200 to 225 Kms 25000 26000 29000 34200 36200
 225 to 250 Kms 26000 28000 31000 36200 39300
 250 to 275 Kms 28000 31000 34200 38300 41500
 275 to 300 Kms 32000 34000 38000 43500 46600
Add on charges per MT
for gross weight 1000/-
exceeding 31 MT

Note: a) The gross weight will be as per RTO regulations and the above rates include
transportation charges only.The terminal handling charges would be levied separately.
b) Service tax applicable as per government rules.

4TERMINAL SERVICE CHARGES:

In order to provide efficient services at ICD, it is necessary to ensure that the


containers being used for export or import cargo do not stagnate at ICD. Adequate
Free Time has been provided for obtaining Customs clearance and completing
commercial formalities for various categories of containers.
After expiry of the Free Time, the exporter/importer/his agent shall be liable to pay
Terminal Service Charges as described below:
 The rates for 20’ containers are given below. The rates for 40’ containers will be
double these rates.
 The day of unloading/arrival/stuffing/de-stuffing of container will be EXCLUDING
while calculating Free Time.
 In the case of back to town containers/shipment cancellation, no free time will be
granted and proposed TSC will be applicable.
 The free time in case of import loaded movement (all cycle) will be counted up to
the date of issue of exit permit for cargo/containers. Similarly, for export, the free
time will be up to the date of booking.

Terminal Service Charges


per Twenty Feet Container per
Category of Container Free time day or part thereof after expiry
of the Free time
Day slabs Rate (in Rs.)
A. Loaded Import 45 working days Loaded TSC per
(excluding day of TEU’s per day 750
arrival) after free time
B. Loaded Export 45 working days Loaded TSC per 750
(excluding day of TEU’s per day
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stuffing job after free time
order/gate in
C. Empty used for export 90 days(excluding Empty TSC per
or Empty generated after the date of TEU’s per day 375
import de-stuffing arrival/de-stuffing) after free time

5. WHARFAGE CHARGES

I. FOR EXPORT CARGO:


Free time of two working days, including the day of arrival of cargo in the warehouse,
will be given for obtaining stuffing permission from Custom & after Customs
examination and for issue of Job Order for stuffing. Thereafter, Wharfage @ Rs. 50/-
per day or part thereof for 1 to 13 days and @ 100 per day or part thereof from 14 th day
onwards for twenty feet container and @ Rs. 100/- per day or part thereof for 1 to 13
days and @Rs.200/- per day or part thereof from 14 th day onwards per forty feet
container will be charged. For export cargo the Wharfage will be calculated, billed and
collected for the entire cargo of a particular Shipping Bill from the date of arrival of the
first portion of the cargo till the last portion of cargo from that particular Shipping Bill is
stuffed for export.

II. FOR IMPORT CARGO:


Free time of one working day, only the day of de-stuffing of imports cargo in ICD, will
be given for obtaining “Out of Charge” from Custom (after Customs examination and
payment of duty) as well as for removal of cargo. Thereafter, Wharfage @ Rs. 100/-
per day or part thereof for 1 to 6 days, @ Rs. 200/- per day or part thereof for 7 to 14
and 15th day onwards @Rs. 300/- per day or part thereof for twenty feet container and
@Rs. 200/- per day or part thereof for 1 to 6 days, @Rs. 400/- per day or part thereof
for 7 to 14 and 15th day onwards @Rs. 600/- forforty feet container will be charged.
For import cargo, Wharfage will be calculated, billed and collected for the entire cargo
of a particular Bill of Entry from the date of de-stuffing of first cargo till the last portion of
cargo from that particular Bill of Entry is moved from the ICD.

III FOR SHUT OUT/EXCESS CARGO:

The wharfage will be leviable after expiry of free time @ Rs.5/- per quintal or part
thereof per day. The free time for shut out/excess cargo will be two working days
excluding the day of unloading of cargo in ICD,

6.Out of cycle handling activities

Sl Description 20’/22’ 40’/45’


1 De-stuffing/Re-stuffing of the cargo from container 1500 2000
2 De-stuffing of cargo from export container 1000 1500
3 Re-stuffing of cargo in import container 1000 1500
4 Trans-shipment of cargo from one export container to another 1500 2000
5 Unloading of cargo from truck to ground/warehouse or vice-a-versa 1000 1500
6 Handling of leftover cargo for back to town 200 Per MT or
part Thereof

7 Trailer detention charges: Container reaching the premises of 2500 3000


customer for stuffing/de-stuffing before 12: hours of the day must be
stuffed/de-stuffed on the same day beyond which trailer detention
charges will be levied per day. For container reaching the premises of
customer after 12:00 hrs of the day a free time upto 12:00 hrs of the
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next day shall be given beyond which trailer detention charged will be
levied per day. In this case, the charges shall be levied on calendar day
basis.

7. Short distance transportation

Rate for One Way Loaded One Way Empty


Siz Transportation from ICD-MLAR
Description
e Upto 9 09 to 19 19 to 23 23 to 28 28 to 31
MT MT MT MT MT
Transportation of loaded container 20’ 23000 24000 27000 31025 34000
between ICD TKD/ Dadri and ICD
Malanpur or Vice a Versa (One way 40’ 28500 30000 34000 39000 42000
loaded )
Transportation of loaded container 20’ 12000 13000 14000 16000 17000
between ICD Malanpur and ICD
Agra or Vice a Versa (One way 40’
18000 19000 21000 23000 25000
loaded )
Transportation of empty container 20’ 18000
betweenICD
Dadri/TKD/Surrounding empty
40’ 27000
parks and ICD Malanpur or Vice a
Versa (One way empty )
Transportation of empty container 20’ 12000
between ICD Agra/nearby empty
park and ICD Malanpur or Vice a 40’ 17000
Versa (One way empty)
Transportation of container for 20’ 2900 3100 3350 3850 4050
Weighment outside ICD within 10 40’
KM radius 3100 3225 3650 4150 4450

8 Long distance transportation

Rate for One Way Loaded One Way Empty


Siz Transportation from ICD-MLAR
Description
e Upto 9 09 to 19 MT19 to 23 23 to 28 28 to 31
MT MT MT MT
Transportation of loaded container between 20’ 51000 54000 60000 68500 75000
ICD Malanpur and
JNPT/NSICT/GTIL/DNODE or Vice a Versa 40’
62500 66000 73500 84000 91000
(One way loaded)
Transportation of loaded container between 20’ 51000 54000 60000 68500 75000
ICD Malanpur and Mundra Port or vice a
versa (One way loaded) 40’ 62500 66000 73500 84000 91000

Transportation of loaded container between 20’


51000 54000 60000 68500 75000
ICD Malanpur and Pipavav Port or Vice a
Versa (One way loaded) 40’ 62500 66000 73500 84000 91000

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IV BONDING OF CARGO IN WAREHOUSE

Consignor who wants to keep their import cargo in bonded ware house will have to
give their written space booking request in advance to CONCOR ICD-Malanpur. The
request should contain:
a) Total requirement of ground space in Square Meter
b) Period of days for which the space is requiredindicating from& todate for which the
space is to be required.

The space will be booked on the subject to availability and on the first cum first serve
basis. The minimum space to be booked at a time is 20 sqm per 20’container and for a
period of minimum seven days and multiples thereof.
At the time of booking of the desired space in Sqm, consignor must have to pay all the
ground rent for the desired entire duration and for the desired entire space which is to
be used for the bonding of import cargo along with terminal handling charges.
The ground rent for the space to be used for the purpose of bonding of cargo in the
bonded ware house is Rs.30/- per Sqm per week

6 HAZARDOUS CARGO:

A consignor intending to offer a consignment of dangerous goods for carriage in a


container must give at least 48 hours prior notice about his intention & must get
permission of CONCOR before bringing the container to CONCOR premises. CONCOR
reserve the right to refuse or accept any container carrying hazardous cargo, if in the
opinion of CONCOR officials, it is not safe for carriage by rail for any reason whatsoever.

10% surcharge in the case of EXPORT and 20 surcharges in the case of IMPORT on the
normal freight rate will be leviable on every container accepted for carriage of
hazardous/dangerous cargo as defined in the red tariff of Indian railways. Such
containers will be accepted on a pink forwarding note only and the THC for handling
these containers shall be double the normal rates.

7MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES:-

Sl Item/Activity Rate (Rs.)


20’ 40’
1 Single handling of loaded container by rail. 3080 4230
2 Single handling of empty container by rail. 2130 3030
3 Single handling of loaded container by road. 3080 4230
4 Single handling of empty container by road. 2230 3230
5 Documents modification charges (per documents) 200 200
6 Private Trailer Surcharge on local transportation 550 1000
7 Private Trailer Surcharge on empty containers moving 500 1000
out by road from ICD
8 Shifting of damage container empty container for repair
250 500
from empty stack to repair point and back.
9 Weighment of Export Containers 250 400
10 Weighment of Import Containers 250 400
11 Re-Weighment of (Export/Import) Containers 2000 2500
12 Weighment of Cargo Rs.200/- per truck
13 Documentation & Surveyor Charges 500 1000
For DATA Charges 500 1000
EXIM Infrastructure & Development Charges 500
1000
Only
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14 Collection of additional surcharges at terminal on
movement of loaded/empty containers on private 500 1000
vehicle. (ASURD)

The charges (ASURD) would be collected through system on below activities:-

(i) Import loaded container sent for factory de-stuffing


(ii) Import Loaded Container sent to another CFS
(iii) Empty Container sent for factory stuffing
(iv) Empty container out from ICD to another location

In the above activities, if the said container returns to the terminal within 15 days from the
date of exit as either export loaded or as empty, the additional surcharge deposit collected
will be credited to the customer PDA (If the amount debited from customer PDA). If the
said container not returned to the terminal within stipulated time period, the surcharge shall
stand forfeited. Additional surcharge would be credited back within 30 days from the date
of exit if the container exited from one CONCOR terminal and utilized or returned at other
CONCOR terminal.

General Terms & Conditions:

1. Payment of EXIM activities by Cheque/DD/Pay order in favour of “Container


Corporation of India Limited” payable at Gwalior.In case of permission taken for
Cheque facility& if cheque bounced then charges for cheque dishonor has to be
paid is as per CONCOR policy.
2. Two working days are being provided as free time for making payment for export
containers at ICD, excluding the date of booking. Thereafter, surcharge as per rule
will be applicable as under:
 First two days (after expiry of free time) – 2% of total outstanding dues.
 Next three days - 5% of total outstanding dues
 Next twenty five - 10% of total outstanding dues
3. Cheque dishonoring/bouncing penalty @15% p.a. for the number of months or part
thereof. In addition a clerk age charge of Rs 500/- per cheque shall be collected.
4. Penalty will be levied in case of Misdeclaration of weight and commodity as per
CONCOR Policy.
5. All documents to be submitted with due stamp and signature of
EXPORTER/IMPORTER or CHA as per EXIM Procedure.
6. For any over dimensional consignment a written permission may be sought from
Terminal Manager ICD-Malanpur one week prior to the actual booking of the over
dimensional consignment.
7. GST extra wherever applicable as per rules. All the mentioned charges are in
Rupees.

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TERMINAL MANAGER

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